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I WEATHER INDICATIONS.
I Oregon City ralr Munday;
I aorthweoterly winds,
a Oregon fair Sunday; north-
Tho dally m mipn fc
twee Portland and Sales 1 elres
latee In every soetloa of Claaka-
ma County, wth a aopti fattest at 4
90.000. Arc you an advertiser e
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED J 3G0
VOL IT No. 109.
OREGON CITY, OH BOON, HNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1911.
Po Wui, 10 Cum
REVOKE ON FOE
ITALIAN IN TRIPOLI LOSINQ
OROUND AND EUROPE
EMINS AND Ap IK GREAT WAR
Cholera Rsgss Among Troop And
CMHane And Streets Ara Closed
.-Soldiers Refuse to Bury
Bodies of laln.
U)Nt)ON. Nov. 4. IMspatcbea from
Malta aay that It la reported that the
Turk and Araba have attacked and
reentered Tripoli. Inflicting lemend
out loss upon tho Itallana, who fur
seral daye bve boon confined to (ho
Inner rortlflratlona, weakened and die
aeartrned by dlaoaao and (bo fearful
stanch arising from thousands of un
It la roportod by wlreleee direct
n.ni Triuull that lha throalonod at
tc W tho Turk and Arab! on that
plara la Hkoiy ur occur ai any n
..1.1 mill that tho ltallnna.v who bold
aaly tho In nor forta, within tho city
liMlf. no longer aro connaem or mo
....li at an attack by tholr fowl, who
are In poaaoaalon of I bo outer clrclo
Kuroo ahuddora at tho thought of
.h.t mar occur at Tripoli If tho
Turki ahould reconquer tbo city and
commit upon tho Italians ino air
rites which Ibo lullana aro proved to
kave committed upon tbo Turka and
-Arabs. Tbo earlier reports of tho cruel
lift of tho Itallana toward tholr North
African fooa aro confirmed today by
ih arrival haro and at Merlin. Parle.
Vlonna and Frankfort of additional
unrenaored dolayod dlapatchoa from
English. German and Kronen oorree
pundonta at tbo front.
A holy war haa boon eurceasfully
proclaimed. liedoulns from Egypt and
Araba from Soudan aro joining tho
Ttlpolltana. Only an advance guard
of I. &00 Araba la attacking tbo lul
lana. despite tbo atatomouta in ino
Italian natters that tho enemy's loaaaa
run Into tbo thousands.
The Itallana aro cutting all tha treee
In tha oaala ao aa not to afford ahel
ir in tha anomr. Tbua tbo Invadara
ara rrdurlng tbo acanty oaala to a dea-
(Contlnuod on pago S.)
CAR CRASHES INTO
BUGGY; FiOONE HURT
Tha lntirarban car. which arrived
kerf from Portland laat midnight
crashed Into a buggy, which contained
a man. at Seventeenth and Main
alreetn. Tho motorman atopped tho
ear almoat Immediately, and, although
tha orcuoanLof tha htiaav waa thrown
out of tho vehicle, bo waa not hurt.
He refused to alve hla name.- Tho
car from Portland arrlvod at 8ever
teenth atreot Juat aa tho Ingoing car
reached tha alrilna. and tha baadllght
of the latter car blinded for an In
stant tho man In charge or tbo one
that crashed Into tho buggy. Tbo
hor-s. attached to tbo buggy, broke
loose and ran a ahort dlatanco.
Brim Mc Your Watch.
Clock and Jewelry repair work and
mi will get tho roaulta that tbo moat
killed workmanship and beat ma
terial can produco. v
My Way of Doing Bosiness
If I repair your watch or clock It
will run and keep first-clssa tlmo or
It won't coat you a cont.
W. Leonard Runyan
Matonlo Building Entrance.
Tal. A-70. - Main 27.
...Best by ' Test..
Don't fail to see oar
splendid display of the
nits and overcoat at
$15. Other for more
Not Like Others.
6th and Main ts.
TOOZE HADE HEAD OF
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK
F. J. Tooxe waa elected president of
lha Clarkamaa County Sunday School
Aaav-lallon at tho final aeaalon of tbo
convention which waa convened In
Oak Grove Friday. M re. W. A. Wright,
who baa been aocretary-treaauror for
several yeara, waa elected vlce-preal-
dent and O W. Doling waa olected
aecrelary-ireaauror. Addroaaea were
made Saturday by O. W. Boring on
"Soma Rural Problema and How to
Solve Tbem"; Mlaa Amy PurcelL
"(iraded Work"; Mr a. O. R. rratello.
"No Such Thing aa a bad Child.- and
ftev. Henry Spelaa. "The Quiet Hour."
There waa a largo attendance at all
the aeaalona of tho aaaoclatlon, and
almoat every church In tho county
HAYWORTH TO PREACH
ON CONVERTING MEN
The Rev. S. A. Hayworth, paator of
tho Flrat Ilaptlat church will preach
tho aecond of a aerloa of aermona thla
evening on tho general aubloct of
"Why moro men aro not Chrlatlana."
The aermona aro being delivered un
der tho auaplcea of tho Raraca Young
Men'a Illble Claaa and Tho Como and
See Illblo Claaa. "A King In name,
but a puppet In fact" U tho aubject of
the aermon which Mr. Hay worth will
preach thla evening. Tho aerlea of
aermona la along tho llnee of the re
llgloua movement that la now aweep
lug arroaa tho country. Mr. Hay
worth a aubject next Sunday evening
will bo "Tho Pharoah or Today, of
Ihe Tyranny of Rum." .
ThrM Couplaa Oat Llcanaaa.
Marrlaea llcenaea were laaued Sat
urday to Etta iternard and W. U Dog-
gett: Roue M. Latieil ana Charioa a.
Coatea and Blanch Cunningham and
Arthur Tom Union.
T O MO R ROW
by Charles Reade
In three reels; 3000 feet of film
A silent drama treat. Something too
good to be missed
Owing to the fact that one ol the Grand's patrons was
bitten by a dog while attending the show Saturday, and to
guard against any further trouble from that source, no dogs
will be allowed in the Grand hereafter, i ' -
TROUBLE IN THE EUROPEANBARNYARD.
BANKER EVARS IS
CASHIER OF INSTITUTION OOC
TO JAIL IN DEFAULT
OF $15,000 BONO.
TWO OTHER OFFICERS ARE ACCUSED
Dlatrlot Attorney Aak To Tall
Whether Any Wltneaaea For
' Stata Havo Been Aaaur
CORVALUS, Or., Nov. 4.-Refua-Ing
to make any defenao and do
nouncetfljrWTHrMcFadden, of coun
ael for tho auto, aa a"dealgnlng vll
llan whoae operations aeethod with
onrruptlon," Jamea Evara, cashier of
tho auapended Flrat State Bank of
Philomath, waa today held by Justice
Lane to tho grand Jury for two alleged
vlolatlona of tho atato banking law.
In default of ball aggregating $15,
0(10 on tho two chargea Evara waa re
manded to Jail pending the conven
ing of tho rgand Jury November 24.
In tho preliminary examination of
Evara, W. H. Fowler, of Portland, ibo
with Charlea H. Gloa, of thla city, ap
peared for the bank cashier, made a
formal demand on Justice Lane that
warranta of arrest bo Issued for A.
J. Williams and 8. T. Wyatt, president
and director, respectively, of tho em
barraaaed bank, alleging that these of
flcera were equally guilty with Evara
for the suspension of the bank.
Attorney Fowler also Insisted that
the District Attorneys office bo re
quired to announce whether or not
wltneaaea for the- atato, particularly
R. O. Arpko, assistant cashier of tho
bank, had been assured Immunity from
prosecution In return for their testi
mony for the prosecution.
Alleging that he threatened to kill
her with a raaor, Mary J. 8 teen Sat
urday filed ault for divorce from Wil
liam John Steen. They wero married
in Ydungatowv. Ohio, July S, 1907.
Tho plaintiff chargea that her hue
band cam borne In an Intoxicated con
dition May B, 1110, abuaed ber and
hunted for hla razor . with which he
aald ho would klU ber. She further
allegea that he knocked her down
September I, 1111, and again threaten
ed her life. She aaka to bo restored
to ber maiden namo, Mary J. Oormley.
PAMi BITTEN, GRAND
-THEATRE BARS DOGS
After one of hla patrona bad been
bitten by a Shepherd dog Saturday
afternoon, Charlea Scbram, proprietor
of tbo Orand Theatre, announced that
doga would not bo allowed in tho
playhouao In future. The victim,
Charlea E. Grew, waa bitten In tbo
calf of hla left leg.' Ho kicked tho dog
with his right foot and the animal
escaped out the front door. Mr. Grew
waa not badly injured, but ho com
plained to air. Schramm. AH offorta to
learn who had brought tho dog Into
tbo theatre were unavailing.
"L havo Intended for sometime to
bar doga from tbo theatre,' aald Mr.
Scbram Saturday night, "but aeveral
of my patrona persist In bringing their
peta with them, and I havo hesitated
about enforcing tho rule. The exper
ience of today, however, Ja sufficient
and persons who Insist upon their dogs
entering tbo houaw with tbem, will
bo denied admittance."
Justice Marrlea Couple.
Richard Hyland and .Elsie Wllhelm
were married Friday evening by Jus
tice of tho Peaco Samson.
HARVARD, 8 TO 6
rKLCVCN EVENLY MATCHED AND
GAME IB HARD-FOUGHT
UP SEE EOT CONST OF M
Orange and Black Make Stubborn
' Fight and Look Like Victors
at Start , luck i
Bl, rutr V" J
PRINCETON, N. i- Nov. 4 (8po
ial). Princeton's gridiron warriors
defeated tho Harvard eleven here this
afternoon by a score of S to f.
Thirty tbouaand clamorous rooters
gathered to cheer on. tho Princeton
and Harvard gridiron gladiators In
tholr flrat clash on a football Held in
fifteen years. .
Jbe flrat Quarter opened with much
kicking, tho ball soe-sawing from ono
sldto theother-on tho- frequent
punta. Tho ball was seldom lost on
Princeton had tho better of these
exchanges, tho ball coming dangerous
ly near Harrard'a 10-yard Una on sev
eral occasions, but each tlmo tho
Crimson punted out or danger. Two
attempted fake kick plays by Prince
ton were neatly broken np by Harvard
without gains for tho Tigers, and tho
period ended with tbo tables reversed.
tbo ball being on Princeton's, 25 yard
line In possession of tho Orange and
Black athletes. .. . :
Princeton started tbo second period
with snappy, aggreaalva rushes, which
bored holes in tbo Harvard lino apd
brought tho ball half tho length of
the field to within 27 yards of tho
Harvard goal. Hero Christie attempt
ed a drop kick but Wendell broke
through tho Tiger lino and blocked tbo
kick, extricating hla team matea from
a critical position.
Wendell then carried tho ball in a
brilliant, run to Princeton's 22 yard
line, where Mulholland failed to kick
a Held goal for tbo Crimson. Tho ball
seo-eawed. Princeton kicking ont of
danger when Harvard rushed the ball
to their 14 yards line. In another
spectacular run Wendell brought the
pig-akin back to tbo Tiger 17 yard
line. Harvard railed to score, Prince
ton recovering tbo ball.
Their possession of tho ball waa
short lived, however, and soon the In
domitable Wendell was tearing holes
In the orange line, or plunging around
end -for substantial .gaina, bringing
the ball to within ten yards of the
Princeton goal. Here with the Crlm
aon rooters yelling like mad tho Ti
gers fighting desperately on tho de
ensive and an apparently sure score
for Harvard In sight, disaster follow
ed sn attempt on tho part of Hollis
ter to kick a field goaL
White or Princeton crashed through
an opening In tho line, rushed Into
the ball aa it left the ground, scooped
it np as It bounded along before ilm
at tho 25 yard line, and with a clear
field ahead, sped on to tbo distant Har
vard goal, 80 yards away, for a touch
down within the laat minute or play.
Before the joyous . yells of tho
Princeton rooters died sway Pendle
ton had kicked tbo goal and tho per
Princeton, 6; Harvard, 0.
The second half opened with the
ball again see-sawing In the middle or
the field until Anally Dewltt, the Ti
ger fullback, made a punt, kicking the
ball to the Crimson goal lino. The
ball went over but Princeton's claim
that a Harvard player had pushed it
over was allowed, and Princeton was
awarded safety. Score, Princeton.
8; Harvard. 0.
The ball was put In play on Har
vard's 25 yard lino and Wendell, tho
faat forward halfback, made another
sensational rush, carrying the ball to
the 50 yard line In Princeton's terri
tory. Hero Prlncton recovered and
Dewltt punted. Huntington kicked
back and Baker caught the ball within
seven yards of the Tiger goaL
Here Dewltt was called upon to
punt the ball out or danger but tbo
Crimson players wore not to be de
nied snd neatly executed forward
pass, demoralising tho compact Prince
ton defenao and Huntington plunged
through a scattered field for what
looked like a touchdown, but he was
downei on tho 14 yard line. Hero
the Tiger lino, held like a wall and
after fierce scrimmaging. In which
LJtarvard waa unable to find a loophole.
tho ball passed to Princeton on her
5-yard line. Dewltt again came to the
rescue with ono of his long punts and
tho period, ended with .the ball In
Harvard'a possession on Princeton's
45 yard lino.
In tbo fourth period the Harvard
eleven carried the ball far down Into
the enemy's territory, bnt tho Tigers
recovered as usual at the critical mo
ment and punted to the 30 yard line.
Then Harvard called lier forward
past, which had ao bewildered tho Ti
gers before. Into play with tho reault
that the ball waa carried to Prince
ton's two-yard line. Here Wendell,
whoso work In tho Harvard back field
was the feature of tho game, waa
pushed over tho goal for a touchdown.
ELOPING COUPLE TAKEN HOME.
A boy, Seventeen yesrs of age, and
a girl, sixteen years of sgo, of Forrest
Qrovn, wero detained hero Saturday
by Policeman Green until the arrival
of a deputy sheriff from their homo
town, who took them borne. They left
homo several days aog and went to
Canby where the boy obtained work.
They came here Saturday and Police
man Green held thera until tho arrival
of the deputy aheriff. Tbo girl's broth
er accompanied tho deputy to this
city...., . ....
DlilYER STOPS HORSE
AFTER THRILLING RIDE
A runaway occurred on Seventh
street Saturday morning, but no ono
was injured Two men from Port
land representing tho Singer Sowing
Machine Company wero riding In a
wagon, near Jackson atreot. when ono
of tbo bolts of a ahaft became loosen
ed and tbo abaft falling, frightened the
horse, but tho men remained in tbo
vehicle, and the horse after running
several blocks was stopped. No dam
ago was done. Tho driver skil
fully guided tho frenzied horse and
prevented a collision. But for tho
preaenco of mind of tho men In tho
wagon. tho result might have boon
LISZT PROGRAM GUI
BY DERTIIICK CLUB
Tho Derthlck Club met Friday after
noon at tho homo of Mrs. W. S. U'Ren,
with Mrs. John F. Clark and Mrs.
URn aa hostesses. A very enjoyable
ZJaxt program was given. A paper
on Liszt waa road by Mrs. CH. Mel sa
ner, and there wero readings by Mrs.
E. T. Avlson and Mrs. 8. O. DtUman.
Mrs. U'Ren gavo two orchestral selec
tions. Tbo next meeting; will be' at
tho borne of Mrs. J. W. Moffatt, when
Mrs. U U Porter and Mrs. Moffatt will
bo tho hostesses. ' -
Present wero Mrs. E. T. Avlson, Mrs.
a E. Csufleld, Mm. J. T. Clark. Mrs.
E. A. Chapman, Mrs. Ross Cbarman,
Mrs. Leon DesLarzes. Mrs. 8. O. Dill
man. Mrs. W. A. Dimlck, Mrs. R- C
Ganong, Mrs. G. A. Harding, Mrs.
Anna Hayes, Mrs. G. U Hedges. Mrs.
J. E. Hedges, Mrs. Carl Joehnke, Mrs.
It. D. Latouretto, Mrs. J. W. Loder,
Mrs. C. H. Meissner, Mrs. C O- Miller,
Mrs. J. W. Moffatt, Mrs. Theodora Os
mond. Mr. L. L. Porter, Mrs. H. E.
Straight. Mrs. C O. 'T. Williams, Mrs.
W. S. U'Ren. Miss Edna Cauneld, Mlaa
Muriel Stevens and Miss Marjory Cau
The Scnoritas Con
quest A Western, chock full or pas
sionate love. -
Every Man, Woman and
Child Should Wear
Their Birth1 stone
No matter what month you wer born In, wo ara prepared to show you
the Blrthstono for that particular month. Wo show ysrloua styles of Rings,
In alt tha different Blrthatoneo. Tha rings we show hsva the Maker's
name of "W-W-W" on tho Inside. Thla Is the only ring In all the world that
Is accompanied 'with a written guarantee' of aatlsf action.' This guarantor
ststes that If tha stones come out tho ' Maker replaces 1 them ABSO
LUTELY FREE. ' j ' - , . - ,
Bslow you will find tho various Blrthstones for tha different months.
Kindly mark yours snd coma (to our store and ask to sea It. ; . .
February -Ametbyst .
June Agate or Peart
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Burmeister & flndrcscn
Oregon City Jewelers
CHAIRMAN OF FINANCE COMMIT
TEC PREVAILED UPON TO
l.tSra BY p VOTED
Friends Declare That President of
Council Will Havo No Oat
- r "
position Haa Served
City Six Yaars,
Wlll!am Andre sen, president of tbo
city council, who has boon urged for
several weeks to make tho race for
the mayoralty, Saturday afternoon an
nounced his candidacy for tho office.
Ho la tho first man to offer for tho
office, aad his friends aro of opinion
that ho win havo no opposition. ,
Mr. Andreses has rendered valua
ble service to tho city as chairman
of tho finance committee of tho coun-
a-ll wA La. warMnt wit), all fit
affairs. Moro than 400 voters signed
tbo petition to havo him make tho
race. Ho has been member of tbo
council alx years and recently ' an
nounced that bo would not bo a can
didate for re-election. His letter to
the citizens ot tho city announcing
bis candidacy for mayor follows:
"Feeling It my duty to extend my
appreciation to tbo citizens, wbo havo
so numeiously signed tho petition ask
Ing that my namo bo placed on tbo
ballot for mayor, at the city election
to bo held Monday. December 4, 111,
I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks
for tho high esteem in which my ser
vices aa chairman of tbo finance com
mittee aro bold. -.-- i '
"After careful consideration, I re
spectfully accept tbo nomination, and,
if elected, my aim shall bo to exe
cute all city affairs Impartially and
as faithfully and conscientiously aa
my ability will allow." , .
M'LOUGHJJN BEATS BARCLAY.
Tbo McLaughlin Institute baseball
team played tho Barclay school team
at Canemab Park, Friday afternoon,
and thw score was 2 to 2 in favor of
McLoughlln. Frank Bruce, of tbo Me
Loughlin team, struck out fourteen
members of tho Barclay team, Mar
shall Vatchor. pitcher for Barclay,
struck out eight of tbo McLougblln
rim iiiliiu ii.-uj.uu
Justice of tbo Peace Samson Satur-'
I day released Frank Matthews, accused
of threatening to kill Airrea Manioc
and Arthur Harnock. on hla own rec
ognizance. Tbo alleged threat is said
to have been made at Macksburg. Oct
ober 2. Matthews denies thst ho is
guilty. He was arrested by Constable
Brown. The alleged threat Is said
to have been' the result of a quarrel
over a division fence.
July Ruby or Cornelian '